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Professor Wendy Melillo shines a light on iconic American ad campaigns
Julian Bond and Benjamin Jealous talk civil rights at American University.
Professor Greg Smith brings a professional edge to student-led WVAU.
American University’s 2013–2014 arts season is filled with concerts, theatre performances, exhibitions, and lectures that celebrate the multifaceted intersections between the arts and sciences
AU Wonk of the Year 2013 to speak at Bender Arena in October.
Honorable Amy Adams, the Minister of Environmental of New Zealand, explained during a recent visit to SPA that for each 1 percent increase in water efficiency, $12 million is contributed to the economy in New Zealand.
Mike Brown and Michael Jee discuss their experience as part of the Emmy-nominated show “House of Cards.”
Linguist in Residence Robin Barr gives an inside look into what a typical day is like for her.
In this issue of Dean's Picks, new SOC faculty bring wide-ranging expertise, students cover the anniversary of the March on Washington, and events pack the start of the semester.
Dante Chinni, practitioner-in-residence with SPA, created the American Communities Project to help understand what monumental shifts in the nation's communities signify for our future.
As a member of AU’s Board of Trustees, Randall Warnas brings the student perspective to decision-making.
American University neighbors can take classes through the new Community Audit Program.
“I want the programming we do with the diversity and inclusion initiatives to expand the comfort zones and risk-taking of all members of our community," says Assistant Director of Graduate Enrollment Management Rebecca Davis.
Professors with a wide range of expertise join the College of Arts and Sciences for the 2013-14 academic year.
Anthropology PhD student recounts his experience conducting research in the Great Dismal Swamp.
Class of 2017 includes former “Backyardigan,” now an award-winning teen filmmaker.
SIS, SOC, and the University Honors Program offer alumni opportunities to pay it forward through mentoring.